'Viajes Tivoli' opens office in El Salvador

The Guatemalan Agency started operations in the country under the "Tivoli Proviajes" brand, within their regional expansion plan.

Friday, July 10, 2009

Renato Méndez, Marketing Director at Viajes Tívoli was quoted in Elsalvador.com: "besides offering the finest travel services at the lower prices, we also have leading technology, product of our alliance with Amadeus Technologies, the world's most important travel technology company".

In El Salvador, the agency will offer companies travel management, business and entertainment agencies and consolidation services.



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